Nombre de documents

36

CV de Françoise Rose


Chapitre d'ouvrage15 documents

  • Françoise Rose. On finitization. Chamoreau, Claudine; Estrada Fernández, Zarina. Finiteness and Nominalization, Benjamins, pp.347-372, 2016, <10.1075/tsl.113.14ros>. <halshs-01349912>
  • Françoise Rose. Innovative complexity in the pronominal paradigm of Mojeño: a result of contact?. Francesco Gardani; Peter Arkadiev; Nino Amiridze. Borrowed morphology, De Gruyter Mouton, pp.241-267, 2015. <hal-01200732>
  • Françoise Rose. Mojeño Trinitario. Crevels, Mily; Muysken, Pieter. Lenguas de Bolivia, 3 Oriente, Plural Editores, pp.59-97, 2015. <halshs-01211566>
  • Françoise Rose. When vowel deletion blurs reduplication in Mojeño Trinitario. Reduplication in South-American languages, pp.375-399, 2014. <halshs-01179264>
  • Françoise Rose. Irrealis and negation in Mojeño Trinitario. Negation in Arawak languages, pp.216-240, 2014. <halshs-01179254>
  • Françoise Rose. Innovative complexity in the pronominal paradigm of Mojeño. A result of contact?. Borrowed morphology, pp.239-265, 2014. <halshs-01179253>
  • Françoise Rose. When Vowel Deletion Blurs Reduplication in Mojeño Trinitario. Gale Goodwin Gómez; Hein van der Voort. Reduplication in South-American languages, Brill, 2014, <10.1163/9789004272415_015>. <hal-01200722>
  • Françoise Rose. Negation and Irrealis in Mojeño Trinitario. Lev Michael; Tania Granadillo. Negation in Arawak languages, Brill, pp.216-240, 2014, <10.1163/9789004257023_011>. <hal-01200729>
  • Françoise Rose. Borrowing of a Cariban number marker into three Tupi-Guarani languages. Martine Vanhove, Thomas Stolz, Aina Urdze and Hitomi Otsuka. Morphologies in Contact, Akademie Verlag, pp.37-69, 2012. <halshs-00724357>
  • Antoine Guillaume, Françoise Rose. Sociative causative markers in South-American languages: a possible areal feature. Essais de typologie et de linguistique générale, Mélanges offerts à Denis Creissels, ENS Editions, pp.383-402, 2010. <halshs-00724601>
  • Françoise Rose. A hierarchical indexation system: the example of Emerillon (Teko). Patience Epps and Alexander Arkhipov. New Challenges in Typology. Transcending the Borders and Refining the Distinctions, Mouton de Gruyter, pp.63-83, 2009. <halshs-00724363>
  • Françoise Rose, Odile Renault-Lescure. Contact-induced changes in Amerindian Languages of French Guiana. Stolz, T., Bakker, D. & Salas Palomo, R. Aspects of language contact, Mouton de Gruyter, pp.349-376, 2008. <halshs-00714166>
  • Françoise Rose. As particularidades da língua Emerillon entre as línguas Tupí-Guaraní: O caso da marcação de pessoa. Aryon Rodrigues and Ana Suelly Cabral. Línguas e Culturas Tupí, Vol. I, Curt Nimuendajú, pp.325-332, 2007. <halshs-00725167>
  • Françoise Rose. Reduplication in Tupi-Guarani languages: going into opposite directions. Studies on Reduplication, Mouton de Gruyter, pp.351-368, 2005. <halshs-00724365>
  • Rose Françoise. My hammock = I have a hammock.. Ana Suelly Cabral; Aryon Rodrigues. Línguas Indígenas Brasileiras. Fonologia, Gramática e História. Atas do I Encontro Internacional do GTLI da ANPOLL, CNPQ & Universidade federal do Para, pp.325-332, 2002. <halshs-00453554>

Article dans une revue19 documents

  • Françoise Rose. Associated motion in Mojeño Trinitario: Some typological considerations. Folia Linguistica, De Gruyter, 2015, 49 (1), pp.117-158. <10.1515/flin-2015-0004>. <halshs-01243249>
  • Françoise Rose. When "you" and "I" mess around with the hierarchy: a comparative study of Tupi-Guarani hierarchical indexation systems. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas, 2015, 10 (2), pp.347-369. <http://www.museu-goeldi.br/editora/humanas/index.html>. <hal-01200713>
  • Françoise Rose. ON MALE AND FEMALE SPEECH AND MORE: CATEGORICAL GENDER INDEXICALITY IN INDIGENOUS SOUTH AMERICAN LANGUAGES. International Journal of American Linguistics, University of Chicago Press, 2015, 81 (4), pp.495-537. <hal-01216653>
  • Françoise Rose. Los generolectos del mojeño. Liames, 2013, 13, pp.115-134. <halshs-00917824>
  • Françoise Rose. Finitization. A shift of dependency-coding strategy from Proto-Tupi-Guarani to Emérillon. Diachronica, John Benjamins, 2013, 30 (1), pp.27-60. <halshs-01178761>
  • Françoise Rose. : A shift of dependency-coding strategy from Proto-Tupi-Guarani to Emérillon. Diachronica, John Benjamins, 2013, 30 (1), pp.27-60. <hal-00819114>
  • Françoise Rose. Competition for the object status: the effects of referential factors in derived and non-derived ditransitive verbs in Mojeño Trinitario. Linguistic Discovery, Dartmouth College Library, 2012, 10 (3), pp.17-37. <http://journals.dartmouth.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Journals.woa/1/xmlpage/1/archive>. <hal-01200709>
  • Françoise Rose. Who is the third person ? Fluid transitivity in Mojeño Trinitario. International Journal of American Linguistics, University of Chicago Press, 2011, 77 (4), pp.469-494. <halshs-00724356>
  • Antoine Guillaume, Françoise Rose. Introduction to argument-encoding systems in Bolivian Amazonian languages. International Journal of American Linguistics, University of Chicago Press, 2011, 77 (4), pp.459-468. <halshs-00724603>
  • Françoise Rose. Dialectes en danger : les derniers locuteurs du mojeño javeriano de Bolivie. Faits de langues, Peter Lang, 2010, 35-36, pp.255-264. <halshs-00724353>
  • Rose Françoise. The origins of serialization: The case of Emerillon. Studies in Language, John Benjamins Publishing, 2009, 33 (3), pp.644-684. <halshs-00454661>
  • Rose Françoise. A typological overview of Emerillon, a Tupi-Guarani language from French Guiana. Linguistic Typology, De Gruyter, 2008, 12 (3), pp.461-460. <10.1515/LITY.2008.044>. <halshs-00454927>
  • Françoise Rose. A typological overview of Emerillon, a Tupi-Guarani language from French Guiana. Linguistic Typology, De Gruyter, 2008, 12 (3), pp.431-460. <10.1515/LITY.2008.044>. <halshs-00724352>
  • Rose Françoise. L'incorporation nominale en émérillon : une approche lexicale et discursive. Amerindia, Association d'Ethno-linguistique Amérindienne, 2008, 31, pp.87-112. <halshs-00453559>
  • Françoise Rose. Action répétitive et action répétée : aspect et pluralité verbale dans la réduplication en émérillon. Faits de langues, Peter Lang, 2007, 29, pp.125-143. <halshs-00724320>
  • Rose Françoise, Gordon Matthew. Emérillon stress: a phonetic and phonological study. Anthropological Linguistics, University of Nebraska Press, 2006, 48 (2), pp.125-143. <halshs-00453566>
  • Rose Françoise. Le syncrétisme adpositions/subordonnants. : Proposition de typologie syntaxique. Faits de langues, Peter Lang, 2006, 28, pp.205-216. <halshs-00453573>
  • Rose Françoise. Le marquage des personnes en émérillon (tupi-guarani) : un système d'accord hiérarchique. Faits de langues, Peter Lang, 2003, 21 (2), pp.107-120. <halshs-00453576>
  • Rose Françoise. Le problème de la nasalité dans l'inventaire phonologique de l'émérillon. Amerindia, Association d'Ethno-linguistique Amérindienne, 2002, pp.147-172. <halshs-00453556>

Thèse1 document

  • Françoise Rose. Morphosyntaxe de l'émérillon. Une langue tupi-guarani de Guyane française. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. Université Lumière - Lyon II, 2003. Français. <tel-00452100>

Vidéo1 document

  • Françoise Rose, Elisabeth De Pablo, Peter Stockinger, Valérie Legrand, Richard Fillon. Description de langues d'Amazonie (Emérillon et Trinitario) : une perspective typologique et comparative : Entretien avec Françoise ROSE. 2006. <medihal-01378942>